Biblical integration Project Assignment Instructions


The purpose of the individual biblical integration paper is to explore the topic of servant leadership in a non-exhaustive scholarly manner that will be useful in your chosen field. In this individual project, learners will be able to demonstrate comprehension of man-centered (contemporary/worldly) and Christ-centered (biblical) servant leadership as it relates to leadership assumptions and methods. Learners will be able to analyze servant leadership theories and the characteristics and differences between man-centered (contemporary/worldly) and Christ-centered (biblical) servant leadership. The individual paper must cover the following topics:

o A biblical analysis of the key ideas associated with the man-centered servant leadership (contemporary/worldly) perspective.

o A biblical foundation for Christ-centered (biblical) servant leadership.


Please be sure to follow the assignment instructions precisely.

· Length of assignment: 750 words exactly.

o The title page, abstract page, and references section are excluded from this length.

o Exceeding or going under the required word count will result in a loss of points. The goal is to write succinctly.

· Format of assignment: APA current edition and use of scholarly tone.

o APA/scholarly style is a set of guidelines to help you write clear and specific scholarly communication.

§ APA style refers to all aspects areas of writing and style and is more than the format of citations, references, and headings.

§ Avoid writing in the first person in all scholarly writing. The third-person format is the required style unless unavoidable.

§ Always include citations and references as a minimum from the module required readings to corroborate your work.

§ Font is 12 pt. Times New Roman, double-spaced.

· Number of citations: minimum of 10

o All required course readings and content should be cited and referenced.

o Please note that incorporating required readings from the first three course modules is essential to earn a minimum grade.

o The incorporation of additional citations beyond basic course required readings are more likely to earn a better grade.

o Adding scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles is required to improve your grade upon the minimum.

· Acceptable sources: Scholarly articles published within the last five years, course textbooks, course lectures and presentations, and biblical scriptures from the Bible.

Textbook: Blanchard & Broadwell